If you come here, bring a couple of water tanks with you.
While the downpours are saving Muscovites from the abnormal heat, let’s talk about countries where they would definitely not refuse a small part of the onslaught of precipitation. After all, the coolness looks there so rarely that it would quite pass for the eighth wonder of the world or for the most cherished desire in a letter to Santa Claus.
The island is located in the northern Caribbean. It is known for its golden beaches, green hills and numerous palm trees, under which you can hide from the annoying year-round heat.
The climate is tropical and humid. The average summer temperature is around 30 ° C. In winter, it remains practically unchanged, which allows you to forget about the cold and bask in the warm rays of the sun.
The country is located in Asia. The air temperature in summer reaches + 33 ° C. In winter, the thermometer is at around 20-25 ° C. The winters are very dry compared to the humid summers.
Interestingly, the climate in Vietnam can be divided into three parts: in the north – subtropical, in the south – subequatorial, and in the rest of the territory – tropical monsoon. Therefore, everyone can find a comfortable vacation spot for themselves.
The state located in the southwest of Asia is famous for its hot climate. The average annual air temperature is around 35-40 ° C. In winter, residents and guests of this country are provided with + 20 ° C, although sometimes this figure can reach 30 ° C. Therefore, you will definitely not freeze here.
In June 2019, Kuwait recorded the highest temperature in the entire history of mankind. The thermometer rose to 63 ° C, surpassing the record high at that time. Prior to that, the highest temperature was recorded in the California Death Valley on July 10, 1913 – 56.7 ° C.
Africa is considered the hottest continent on Earth. Botswana is located in the southern part of Africa. The average temperature in summer is + 40 ° C, and in winter it is around + 25 ° C.
Most of the territory is the waterless Kalahari Desert, which greatly affects the climate. It rarely rains here, so drought is common. In this regard, Botswana is even called “the country of eternal thirst”, and the main color of the national flag is blue, which symbolizes the water needed by the lands.
The undisputed leader in the fight for the title of the hottest country in the world is Qatar. The country, surrounded by the waters of the Persian Gulf, has a hot and dry climate. The territory of the state is covered with deserts and covered with sand, so the wind brings hot air.
The weather is sunny all year round in Qatar, and the average temperature during the holiday season reaches + 50 ° C. In the cold season, it does not drop below + 25 ° C.
It is noteworthy that next year the FIFA World Cup will be held here. So fans who plan to attend the World Cup matches are advised to start studying the peculiarities of the climate of this country now.